How Will You Read These Encoded Watches?
New inventions always look strange specially those which are considered to be futuristic. They come to exceed the age and the traditional expectations of people in the current time. Most of the new products are inspired from surrounding things that are not believed to be the base of a product that we will use. Among the strange things that are used nowadays as a main theme of products are barcodes. Of course, we all had seen barcodes before on many products that we buy such as medicine, canned food and drinks. But to see them on the face of a watch to express time, this is really very strange and looks unbelievable for too many people. The first question that will be asked when you see such a watch is How Am I Going to Read This Watch?
It really looks like an encoded message and you will have to decode it to know the content. At the first time, it will be very difficult for you to read these watches, but when you get used to them it will be very easy for you to read them and to quickly tell time. All what you need is to be good at solving math problems and to be able to quickly observe things. Here are the Top 5 BarCode Watches Designs that are very stylish.
Horologicode LCD Watch: This watch with its LCD screen looks gorgeous and very stylish to be worn in different occasions. Moving to the most important point to discuss which is how to read this watch. It consists of many stripes and gaps and every small detail has a meaning that helps to know the time. You will find long and short stripes, thin and wide gaps. To know the hour, you will need to count from left to right only the wide spaces left between stripes except for the last wide space which tell whether it is AM or PM. The thin spaces are not counted as they only come to separate stripes from each other. For minutes, you will count from left to right the thick stripes and forget about the thin stripes that separate the gaps from each other and also separate minute stripes from second stripes, each stripe equals 10 minutes. In order to know the seconds, you will count thick stripes but this time it will be from right to left and each stripe indicates only one second. Thus, you have 13 wide spaces (12 for hours) and (1 for AM\PM),5 thick stripes from left for minutes and 9 thick stripes from right for seconds. Now, it will be easy for you to read this watch.
Barcode Tokyo Flash: It is a Japanese watch that uses LED lights to tell time. The case and straps are made of stainless steel which make it a strong watch and it uses Lithium batteries that are changeable. How to be read is to divide the watch’s columns into two groups. The first group on the left consists of two columns for hours, each light in the first column from the left indicates 5 hours and each light in the second column indicates only one hour. The other two columns on the right are for minutes, each light in the column on the left indicates 10 minutes, while each light in the other column on right indicates one minute. The hour columns on the left also indicate month, while the minutes columns on the right indicate days. This watch is found in different colors for both straps and LED lights. It is provided with light up function.
Nooka Zub Zenhn: This watch is made of polyurethane. It consists of two rows and not columns such as the previous watches. The first two rows at the top of the watch represent hours and each one of them indicates 6 hours, the first one from 1-6 and the second row from 7-12. The third row indicates minutes and the last one at the bottom indicates seconds.
Quanternary Barcode LED Watch: It displays time by using red LED lights. The case is made of stainless steel and the straps are made of leather. Time is shown in two rows like the previous watch. The first row at the top of the watch indicates hours while the second row indicates minutes.
Sequence watch: This watch is designed to be easy and complicated at the same time to suit all the requirements of customers. It is designed Logan and has two modes on which it runs. The easiest mode for reading this watch is mode(0) while mode (3) is more difficult. When you read this watch you should care about the stripes that are turned off, as they show that you have to stop counting when you reach them. The stripes at the top represent hours. The five stripes in the middle on your left represent minutes and each stripe indicates ten minutes while he other five stripes on the right represent seconds and each stripe also indicate ten seconds. The 9 stripes at the bottom of the watch represent minutes and each stripe indicates one minute. The other two stripes at the bottom on your right indicate AM\PM and alarm. The watch has touch parts at the top and bottom and LCD face.